If your website suffers from poor internal or external linking, then the search engines may not be able to crawl and index all your pages, meaning that these pages will not rank and you will miss out on potential traffic. An SEO Strategist will create an XML sitemap for your website, which will tell the search engines directly about valid pages on your website that might not otherwise be visible to the search engines. This will ensure that the search engines can display your pages if they are the best results for a user's query, thereby preventing lost traffic.
When your website has pages that aren’t easily discovered by search engines during the normal crawling process.
When your website is fairly new with few links to it from other websites.
When your website has a large amount of pages that are not well-linked to each other.
Search engines crawl webpages by following links from one page to another. If pages on your website aren't well-linked, or your website has few links from other sites, then not all pages on your website may be visible in this normal crawling process. This may stop you from appearing in the search results, which could lead to lost visitors and sales. Thankfully, XML sitemaps can solve this problem.
Creating and submitting an XML sitemap to search engines informs them of all the pages on your website, including URLs that may not be visible in the normal crawling process. This will ensure that the search engines can display your pages if they are the best results for a user's query, thereby preventing lost traffic. You can also use sitemaps to provide search engines with additional information about your pages, such as the last update date or how often the page is expected to change.
An SEO Strategist will create a fully optimised XML sitemap for your website which meets the latest sitemap protocol standards.
The process begins by completing a briefing questionnaire to gather all the information we will need to create the sitemap.
We will ask you to supply a list of your website's valid URLs in an Excel spreadsheet or CSV file. If you would like your sitemap to contain additional information (such as priority, last modification date, and change frequency), this information should be supplied for each URL as well. This briefing will be visible to all the team members involved with creating the sitemap and is the foundation for all our quality checks.
An SEO Strategist will create an XML sitemap for your website and will include all the URLs and additional information that you provide. This will be reviewed by an SEO Manager to ensure it meets sitemap protocol standards before being delivered to you, ready to submit to the search engines.
Webcertain Group is passionate about generating business growth for its clients in any part of the world. A team of native speakers of all the world’s major languages works together to achieve client objectives - no one understands working with different cultures and the nuances of language in the globe’s search engines better than the Webcertain multilingual teams. Webcertain operates in 44 languages.